November 17th, 2010, 23:50 Posted By: wraggster
Square Enix director Nobuaki Komoto has confirmed that, content wise at least, the PS3 version of Final Fantasy XIV is "100% complete".
"In terms of the port, the PC version is 100% complete and running on the PS3," he told Famitsu during a recent interview.
"We're currently busy optimizing PS3 performance to make it run as smoothly as possible. We're doing everything we can to make it perform closely to the PC version, so it may prove to take more time to release," he said, which sounded like a hint to a possible delay. "We'll also use that time to implement the fixes suggested by PC gamers," he added.
That's one reason to expect the PS3 version to be significantly better than the troubled PC launch title. Oh, and the other is the fact that FFXIV producer blames the issues on his team's "inexperience" with PC. So they should be a dab hand on console then, we expect.
The PS3 version was initially planned for release aside the PC version, but was delayed to March 2011 due to "technical problems".
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